Chelsea starlet humiliates England U21 team-mates

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Nathaniel Chalobah is considered one of Chelsea's most talented youngsters - and on the evidence of this goal, it's little wonder why.

The 18-year-old midfielder, who turned professional at the start of last season, is currently training with the England U21s ahead of their match against Scotland at Bramall Lane this evening.

And for a couple of his international team-mates, his feet were simply too quick to handle.

After picking up the ball, Chalobah bamboozled two opposition defenders with some excellent skill, before effortlessly lifting the ball over the prone goalkeeper - who had also been outwitted by the Blues' starlet - and into the net.

Chalobah spent last season on loan at Watford and helped guide the Hornets to the Championship play-off final at Wembley, where his loan club suffered a 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace.

Coincidentally, Chalobah could spent this season on loan with the Eagles, as Chelsea are keen for the youngster to gain some Premier League experience before throwing him into their midfield.

To see Chalobah's skillful goal, click play on the video - provided by 101greatgoals - at the bottom of the page.

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